BOSTON -- Safeway plc, Hayes, Great Britain, is reducing fuel usage and improving driver productivity with a satellite-tracking system that will allow it to monitor the location and performance of its entire transportation fleet. Safeway has been implementing the satellite-tracking technology via a warehouse-by-warehouse rollout. The system is scheduled to be installed at all 14 distribution centers by September. "The system is allowing us to monitor up to three million hours accumulated ...

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